Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Research Methodologies Local Solutions and Global Opportunities


Author:
Elizabeth Sumida Huaman, Nathan D. Martin
Grade Levels:
University
Nation:
Multiple Nations
Book Type:
Paperback
Publisher:
Canadian Scholar's Press
Copyright Data:
2020

Price:
Sale price$59.95

Description

Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Research Methodologies Local Solutions and Global Opportunities,  edited by Elizabeth Sumida Huaman,  and Nathan Martin, brings together researchers from geographically, culturally, and linguistically diverse regions.  This work offers guidance and lessons learned from research projects in and with Indigenous communities around the world. This edited volume explores issues of power, representation, participation, and accountability in studies involving Indigenous peoples and draws on contributors’ reflections of their own varied experiences conducting collaborative research in distinct yet related fields. Anchoring the book are several key aims: exploring decolonizing and decolonial methodological paradigms, honouring Indigenous knowledge systems, and growing interdisciplinary collaboration toward Indigenous self-determination.

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